Description: Filmmaker Warren Sonbert provides a lecture on Alfred Hitchcock's film "Marnie," and connects the work to his own films and filmmaking aesthetic. "Hitchcock's Marnie was released in 1964, my own fledgling filmic efforts following (comparatively) on its heels: the developed aesthetic fruits ripe for a fall. How to talk about another's ploys and motives while really revealing one's own: this is a challenge both to vary the notoriously predictable form of independent/experimental film programming with its lax, vague and shrilly defensive, inarticulate accoutrements; and to bridge the not terribly mutually exclusive realms of traditional narrative cinema with that of the unwashed underground," he writes.
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